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  1. Is this "defend her three times" thing just rumor? Because I pretty much remember killing the others off, and not having the door open. What I mean is, you guys have PERSONALLY seen this outcome, right? I'll try it again, though..
  2. There were several technologies shown behind closed doors that could be related to a Star Wars action game/RPG of some sort. http://ps3.ign.com/articles/705/705550p1.html Neat stuff. Only problem with it being K3, is, well - it has stormtroopers. But those could be placeholders for the demo. They may be trying to avoid saying anything about K3 at this point, for any number of reasons.
  3. I played Dreamfall. Probably will play through TLJ again soon, before I go to Ireland for a week.
  4. I don't understand why it should bother people enough to KEEP ON talking about it. You don't have to have NWN 2, you don't have to have a DM Client. You have NWN 1 already.
  5. This sounds like A *****LOAD OF FRIGGIN BOREDOM FOR 9 FRIGGIN BUCKS. Sorry, I won't be in on this one, Bioware. Ugh, and I thought the next thing they mentioned would be something worth buying.
  6. I played TLJ, but I don't remember it very well. I was, like, 12 or something when I played it. I'm about to play it again, actually - installing it right now. I'm hoping it'll work on my fancy, newer computer. So far, I think I like Dreamfall better. But we'll see.
  7. I think KotOR III should come with a fully functional toolset. Make your own Star Wars RPG!! And use some offshoot of Euphoria.
  8. I just finished Dreamfall, story-based adventure game. Click Here. Yeah. It was pretty awesome. Way better than Fahrenheit, with an interesting but very mild gameplay/fighting. I'm considering going back and playing the first game to see what I can pick up. Anyone else a major fan of this game?
  9. Meh. I want a real writer to make the story, not the fans of the game. Fans never know what's best - they always want more of the same.
  10. One of the things I have to bring up, is - isn't she a kid? I mean... how old of a kid are we talking? She doesn't sound very old. Anyway, this is what we get for implementing drug propaganda into our school system. Smoking is carcinogenic, alcohol is, frankly, hyped for it's negative effects - but it's a very bad thing to be an alcoholic, and something kids like her should avoid. Alcohol is used for it's psychoactive effects, as are other drugs; this is true. But if you're a crack dealer, or a speed dealer - I can't respect you. I'm sorry. Giving a little bit of heroine to your kid isn't the same as giving them a sip of alcohol, and I don't see that as even faintly hypocritical. Also, marijuana is pretty bad, but it doesn't make most people violent ****, that I've heard. I don't understand why the US makes such a point of cracking down on it, except that they associate it with hippies.
  11. I know there's supposedly a way to get to lawful good alignment in Planescape: Torment, but I can't find a guide that really seems to tell me what I need to do to attain that. Any of you PS: T fans know?
  12. I think a core component of Star Wars is that it's fairly absurd... but, at least with the OC, I never had the feeling of "comic book" as much as I did with all the various fan fiction and star wars games floating around out there. Myself, I don't care for the star forge or the wound in the force, relating to kreia and the exile. Neither are really explained very well, although the wound in the force thingymabob is just... well, a thingymabob, instead of a cliche, deus ex machina, machine from the all-powerful forbearer race. Which one's really worse or less creative? Both sound like ideas you might find in a comic book, and neither idea is truly inspiring to someone as great and intelligent as I am. Seriously, folks! Think of something better!!
  13. There was some respect and mild tenderness between the two. Were you thinking of a set of lines in their dialogue or something? It seemed strictly business to me. This kind of thinking is what sometimes gets people punished for sexual harrassment or worse, hehe (not by itself, of course- it takes some action)- some people, always think about who's going to lay who. Oh... who's mustache? Mira's or Zez'?
  14. I sort of see Revan as being charismatic for his legend, more than anything. You don't need all THAT much personal charisma for that - you just need to seem impressive. Sure, women don't usually have the self-importance and driven ego to "seem" impressive, but we're talking about ONE person - not a statistic of persons - and that person, whether they happened to be male or female, wouldn't have a CHANCE to seem big - they WOULD seem big. Because that's how the story goes. Revan is big. Period.
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